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1976 TRIUMPH STAG

Triumph 1976 TRIUMPH STAG $29,950 THE STORY Manufactured between 1970 and 1977, the Triumph Stag was a 2+2 sports tourer designed and styled by Italian designer Giovanni Michelotti. It was developed as a luxury sports car and was intended to compete directly with the Mercedes-Benz SL class models. In order to meet proposed American rollover…

1998 MAZDA RX-7

Mazda 1998 MAZDA RX-7 $69,900 THE STORY Winner of multiple races and awards, praised for its world-class handling and featured in many beloved video games and movies, the Mazda RX-7 is truly an iconic and stylish car. Manufactured over a 24-year production run between 1978 and 2002, more than 800,000 RX-7s were produced over three…

1973 HOLDEN LJ TORANA GTR

Holden 1973 HOLDEN LJ TORANA GTR $105,000 THE STORY Manufactured by Holden from 1967 to 1980, the Torana has a rich history in Australia. It is largely thought that “Torana” was derived from the Aboriginal word for “flight” meaning “to fly”. Originally introduced in May of 1967, the first Torana model was essentially a mildly…

1976 HOLDEN HJ MONARO GTS TRIBUTE

Holden 1976 HOLDEN MONARO GTS TRIBUTE SOLD THE STORY The Holden Monaro is largely considered to be legendary among fans and enthusiasts alike. Named after the ‘Monaro’ region in New South Wales, Holden’s new coupe was originally introduced in July of 1968 and was available in three models; the base, the GTS and the GTS…

2007 FORD SHELBY GT500 MUSTANG

Ford 2007 SHELBY MUSTANG GT500 $89,900 THE STORY The absolutely iconic Ford Mustang is a household name – and has been since its inception in 1964. Currently the longest-produced Ford car nameplate, the Mustang is now in its seventh generation of production. The namesake of the “Pony Car” segment of consumer vehicles, the car was…

1983 FORD CAPRI

Ford 1983 FORD CAPRI $57,500 THE STORY The Ford Capri retains a special place in the hearts of car fans. Originally designed as the European equivalent of the Ford Mustang, it was first unveiled to the public in 1969 and marketed as a cheap, fast and fun two-plus-two coupe. It was a highly successful model…

2012 HOLDEN HDT VE SS UTE

Holden 2012 HOLDEN HDT VE SS UTE SOLD THE STORY Iconic and culture defining, the Australian subsidiary of General Motors first released its coupe utility vehicle, the ‘Holden Ute’ in 1951. The vehicle had an excellent reception and it seemed like Holden had the Ute formula in the bag from the get-go: good looking, affordable,…

1975 PORSCHE 911

Porsche 1975 PORSCHE 911 SOLD THE STORY Produced in Germany between 1964 and 1989, the Porsche 911 was originally developed as a much more powerful, larger and more comfortable replacement for the Porsche 356. The new car made its debut at the 1963 “Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung”, better known as the Frankfurt Motor Show to English speakers.…

1962 CORVETTE FUELIE CONVERTIBLE

Chevrolet 1962 CORVETTE FUELIE CONVERTIBLE $225,000 THE STORY General Motors designer Harley Earl is credited with convincing GM to build a two-seat sports car for the American market. Launched in 1953, the resulting Chevrolet Corvette quickly earned the mantle of “America’s Sport’s Car” and the model is still produced today. 1962 was the final year…

1988 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 IROC-Z

Chevrolet 1988 CAMARO Z28 IROC-Z SOLD THE STORY The Z28 has always been Chevrolet’s most unique Camaro trim. From the start and finish line, the Z28 scorched the earth. For six generations Chevrolet has created some awesome cars in the Camaro, a muscle car that was meant to meet the Mustang on the streets and…

1982 YAMAHA XJ650 TURBO

Yamaha 1982 YAMAHA XJ650 TURBO $9,500 THE STORY Originally introduced in 1980 as a mid-size motorcycle as the Maxim, the bike was produced through 1983. Yamaha designed the high-performance XJ650 as a brand new four-cylinder with shaft drive, and it was built specifically as a special cruiser. The XJ Maxim was the successor of the…

1981 YAMAHA XV1000 TR1

Yamaha 1981 YAMAHA XV1000 TR1 $13,500 THE STORY In 1981 Yamaha introduced their XV-range motorcycles, which were all based around an air-cooled V-twin engine. Their most notable model was the Virago cruiser, however a bit more anonymous was the TR1, which was designed as more of a grand touring machine rather than a racer. Sold…

2009 YAMAHA YZF-R125

Yamaha 2009 YAMAHA YZF-R125 SOLD THE STORY In 2008 the YZF-R125 initially came as a four-stroke replacement for the TZR125. Entering the market of small displacement four-stroke engine bikes, it quickly gained traction and became a popular choice for young riders. Competing with Honda’s popular CBR125R, Yamaha had a gap in their available range for…

1975 YAMAHA YB100

Yamaha 1975 YAMAHA YB100 SOLD THE STORY The Yamaha YB100 was a 100cc, air-cooled, two stroke commuter motorcycle manufactured by the Yamaha Motor Company between 1975 and 1981. Manufactured alongside the DX100, the YB100 was the more popular of the two bikes and sported a different fuel tank shape and graphics. With a top speed…

1969 COBRA GT

Ford 1969 COBRA GT  SOLD THE STORY Produced between 1968 and 1976, the Cobra GT is a derivative of the Ford Torino which was named after the Italian city of ‘Turin’ – considered to be ‘The Italian Detroit’. Originally a redesign from Ford’s intermediate Fairlane line of vehicles, the Torino was larger tougher, and sported…

1984 JAGUAR XJ6 SERIES III SOVEREIGN

Jaguar 1984 XJ6 SOVEREIGN SERIES III $27,900 THE STORY Manufactured by Jaguar Cars in Coventry, England between 1979 and 1992, the Jaguar XJ Series III was the manufacturer’s flagship 4-door model and an impressive luxury salon for its time crammed full of refined features and creature comforts. The Pininfarina designed Series III production run ran…

1985 MERCEDES-BENZ 380 SEC

Mercedes-Benz 1985 380 SEC V8 COUPE $29,990 THE STORY The Mercedes-Benz 380 SEC C126 was a luxury coupe manufactured between 1981 and 1990 with a 3.8 litre aluminium block V8 engine. These “S-Class” for Sonderklasse or “Special Class” were always at the forefront of vehicle technology. With this series, Mecedes focused on aerodynamics and employed long wind…

1972 TRIUMPH T120 CUSTOM CHOPPER

Triumph 1972 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T120 CUSTOM CHOPPER SOLD THE STORY The Triumph T120 was produced by Triumph Engineering between 1959 and 1975 and was the first model in the Bonneville series. Producing 46 HP, the engines were air cooled 650cc parallel-twins with a top speed of 174 kmph. Five-speed gear boxes were introduced in 1972.…

1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

Chevrolet 1957 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE SOLD THE STORY General Motors designer Harley Earl is credited with convincing GM to build a two-seat sports car for the American market. Launched in 1953, the resulting Chevrolet Corvette quickly earned the mantle of “America’s Sport’s Car” and the model is still produced today. 1957 was the fifth year of…

1970 DODGE CHARGER R/T 426ci HEMI COUPE

Dodge 1970 CHARGER 426ci HEMI COUPE SOLD THE STORY The Dodge Charger was first produced in 1966 and was an effort by Chrysler to produce an upscale, upsized pony car to take on the Ford Mustang. The Charger was positioned as a more expensive and luxurious coupe aiming at the upper market segment. 1970 represented the…

1958 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE SEDAN

Plymouth 1958 BELVEDERE SEDAN SOLD THE STORY The Plymouth Belvedere was manufactured by the Chrysler Corporation as a full-size vehicle between 1954 and 1961. The word “belvedere” is Italian and translates to “beautiful sight” or “fair view”. Chrysler’s assembly plant was also based in Belvidere, Illinois however (strangely) this model was never assembled there. The…

1970 FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 “M” CODE

Ford 1970 MUSTANG MACH 1 “M” CODE SOLD THE STORY Introduced in 1969, the “Mach 1” was a performance-oriented option package for the wildly successful Ford Mustang. It was an instant success as the horsepower wars escalated even further. The Mach 1 was only available for the “Sports roof” body style (previously known as the…

1965 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE

Ford 1965 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE SOLD THE STORY In April 1964, Ford introduced the Mustang, the most successful model launch for Ford since the Model A. All sales records were smashed with 22,000 cars being sold on the first day. Within a year, 418,812 Mustangs were sitting in driveways throughout North America. The car created the…

1988 HSV VL GROUP A SS WALKINSHAW

HSV 1988 VL GROUP A SS WALKINSHAW $ 290,000 THE STORY One of the most iconic Australian built cars of all time, the 1988 HSV VL SS Group A Walkinshaw was the result of a partnership between Holden and UK-based Tom Walkinshaw Racing. Its unique aerodynamic package was designed to reduce drag at speed and…

1974 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER SHADOW

Rolls-Royce 1974 SILVER SHADOW SOLD THE STORY The Silver Shadow was introduced in 1965 and built until the 1980 model year – over the journey the model experienced over 2,000 refinements. Each car took at least four months to build – its hand-shaped monocoque bodyshell, doors, boot, and bonnet were all made from lightweight aluminium.…

1980 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SEL

Mercedes-Benz 1980 280 SEL W116 $ 26,900 THE STORY The Mercedes-Benz 280SEL W116 was the long wheelbase version of Mercede’s flagship luxury saloon. The series was manufactured between 1972 and 1980 and were the first Mercedes-Benz models to be officially called “S-Class” – for Sonderklasse or “Special Class.” These S Class vehicles were always at the forefront…

1965 FORD F-100 STYLESIDE PICKUP

Ford 1965 F-100 STYLESIDE PICKUP SOLD THE STORY The fourth generation of the Ford F-100 trucks was built between 1961 and 1966. In 1965 the model underwent substantial upgrades which would see it through until 1979. One of these was the introduction of “Twin I-Beam” independent front suspension with coil springs for all 2WD models.…

1993 FORD F-150 FLARESIDE

Ford 1993 F-150 FLARESIDE SOLD THE STORY The ninth generation of the Ford F-Series was produced between 1992 and 1998 and included a return of the Flareside bed design (previously ceased in 1987) which included side steps on either side of the truck. The lines of the hood, front fender and grille were rounded off…

1972 HOLDEN HQ SS

Holden 1972 HQ SS SOLD THE STORY The HQ series of Holdens were produced between 1971 and 1974. The HQ SS model was based on the Belmont model and produced by Holden to test the market as a pre-cursor to the Holden GTS Monaros. All cars were fitted with a high-compression Holden 253ci (4.2 litre)…

1980 YAMAHA XS1100

Yamaha 1980 XS1100 $9,500 THE STORY The Yamaha XS 1100 engine design was in reality a completely new design with several relatively unconventional elements when compared to other inline 4-cylinder motorcycle engines of the day. The engine does not transmit power directly from the crankshaft to the clutch basket/input shaft, but instead via a wide…

1973 MONTESA COTA 247

Montesa 1973 COTA 247 $11,900 THE STORY Spanish manufacturer Montesa has a long history of designing and building fantastic trail bikes and hiring the top riders for development and competition work. The Cota was manufactured between 1968 and 1977 and won the Spanish trials championship in 1968. It had fantastic ground clearance, a tight fork…

1980 YAMAHA XJ650R

Yamaha 1980 XJ650R $10,200 THE STORY The Yamaha XJ650 was introduced in 1980.  It is shaft-driven and boasted an air-cooled, twin cam, 650cc inline-four engine.  It had a top speed of close to 200 kp/h. James Bond (Sean Connery) rode a specially modified Yamaha XJ650 Seca Turbo from Q in the 1983 movie Never Say…

1975 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER SHADOW

Rolls-Royce 1975 SILVER SHADOW SOLD THE STORY The Silver Shadow was introduced in 1965 and built until the 1980 model year – over the journey the model experienced over 2,000 refinements. Each car took at least four months to build – its hand-shaped monocoque bodyshell, doors, boot, and bonnet were all made from lightweight aluminium.…

1985 MERCEDES-BENZ 300GD 4WD

Mercedes-Benz 1985 300GD 4WD SOLD THE STORY The Shah of Iran prompted Mercedes-Benz to build a military vehicle to take on the Land Rover, Toyota Land Cruiser and Jeep. The resulting “Gelandewagen” or “G-Wagon” was designed in military, professional and civilian guises and the W460 generation debuted in 1979 with a live-axle 4×4 and three…

2012 FORD F150 HARLEY DAVIDSON EDITION

Ford 2012 F150 HARLEY DAVIDSON EDITION $ 109,900 THE STORY The 2012 Ford F150 Harley Davidson (“HD”) Edition was the 10th iteration of the vehicle developed in partnership by the two iconic manufacturers since 1999. It was also the last official model year. In standard form, the F-Series truck had Ford’s 6.2 litre V8 engine…

2002 HOLDEN MONARO CV8

Holden 2002 MONARO CV8 V2 SOLD THE STORY After a 20-year absence, the third generation of the Holden Monaro rolled off the production line in 2001 and covered the V2 and VZ series until 2005. The V2 series was built between October 2001 and September 2004. The cars were powered by a 5.7 litre V8…

1999 JAGUAR S-TYPE SE

Jaguar 1999 S-TYPE JAGUAR SE SOLD THE STORY Debuting in 1998, the luxurious S-Type Jaguar had a model run between 1999 and 2007. Described as Executive “notchback saloons”, these 4-door vehicles were powered by a variety of petrol and diesel engines from a 2.5 litre V6 to a 4.2 litre V8. Transmissions were 5-speed and…

1967 XR FORD FALCON COUPE UTILITY

Ford 1967 XR FALCON COUPE UTILITY SOLD THE STORY Introduced in September 1966 and based on the American Falcon, the XR Falcon was promoted as the “Mustang-bred Falcon”. This was the first Aussie Falcon to be offered with a V8 engine – Ford’s sweet 289ci (4.7 L) Windsor unit – coupled to a four-barrel carburettor.…

1985 JAGUAR XJ6 SOVEREIGN SERIES III

Jaguar 1985 XJ6 SOVEREIGN SERIES III $ 16,900 THE STORY Manufactured by Jaguar Cars in Coventry, England between 1979 and 1992, the Jaguar XJ Series III was the manufacturer’s flagship 4-door model and an impressive luxury salon for its time crammed full of refined features and creature comforts. The Pininfarina designed Series III production run…

1971 FORD FAIRMONT XY GS REPLICA

Ford 1971 XY FAIRMONT SEDAN GS REPLICA SOLD THE STORY The last of the second generation of Falcons, XY’s were produced between 1970 and 1972 and are regarded by many to be the best looking Falcon ever made. There were eight passenger vehicles and three commercial models in the lineup. Top of the tree was…

2003 MERCEDES-BENZ SL500

Mercedes-Benz 2003 SL500 $ 39,900 THE STORY Listed for an eye-watering $ 299,900 when new, the fifth generation (R230) of the Mercedes-Benz SL 500 sports roadster was produced between 2001 and 2011. Powered by a smooth 5.0 litre V8 engine that put out 225kW of power, the cars were stopped by 4-wheel ventilated disc brakes.…

1979 AMC PACER LIMITED “Woody”

AMC 1979 PACER LIMITED “WOODY” $ 19,900 THE STORY Fast becoming a cult classic, this 2-door coupe was produced in the US by American Motors Corporation (“AMC”) from 1975-1980. Dubbed the “big little car”, it was designed to offer the interior room and feel of a big car inside with the aerodynamics and size of…

1969 SUZUKI T500 MARK II

Suzuki 1969 T500 MARK II SOLD THE STORY The Suzuki T500 is a 492cc two-stroke, twin cylinder motorcycle with a 5-speed transmission produced between 1968 and 1975. The Mark II variants had improved handling with an extended swinging arm. A grand prix racing version was developed in 1968 and the 1969 version was capable of…

1999 BMW 840Ci 4.4L V8

BMW 1999 840Ci 4.4 L V8 SOLD THE STORY The BMW E31 was the first generation of the BMW 8 Series and was a grand tourer offered only as a coupe. The model run spanned 1990 to 1999 and offered V8 and V12 engines. A staggering 1.5 billion Deutsche Marks were spent by BMW on the development of…

1985 JAGUAR XJ6 SOVEREIGN SERIES III

Jaguar 1985 XJ6 SOVEREIGN  SERIES III L PACK SOLD THE STORY Manufactured by Jaguar Cars in Coventry, England between 1979 and 1992, the Jaguar XJ Series III was the manufacturer’s flagship 4-door model and an impressive luxury salon for its time crammed full of refined features and creature comforts. The Pininfarina designed Series III production run…

REGISTERED NUMBER PLATES

NUMBER PLATES VARIETY OF REGISTERED NUMBER PLATES $ See Description V8 888 – $5,000 V8 351 – $3,000 V8 350 – $3,000 1928 CF – $2,500 REDBULL – $5,000 GTHO 70 – $5,000 GTHO 71 – $5,000     Enquire Now

1934 FORD TUDOR HOT ROD

Ford 1934 TUDOR HOT ROD SOLD THE CAR Finished to a very high standard, this stunning 1934 Ford Tudor hot rod built was completed in Adelaide in 2008 by Chris Horewood. Finished in sparkling purple, the body is NOS steel construction over a Rod Tech chassis and the running boards are fibreglass. The car has…

1989 MERCEDES 300 SEL W126

Mercedes-Benz 1989 300SEL W126 SALOON SOLD THE CAR A luxurious long wheel-base Mercedes-Benz S-Class W126 finished in Deep Blue ready to cruise. Powered by a fuel injected 3.0 litre in-line six cylinder engine and coupled to a 4 speed automatic with rear wheel drive. An elegant and refined vehicle with fantastic build quality and a…

2011 CHEVROLET C6 CORVETTE GRAND SPORT TARGA TOP

Chevrolet 2011 C6 CORVETTE GRAND SPORT TARGA TOP SOLD Introduced in 2004, the sixth generation C6 series of Corvette was produced until 2013 and was offered as a 2-door coupe, 2-door convertible and a 2-door Targa top. The C6 Corvettes were initially given the new LS2 (6.0 litre) V8 engine that put out 400HP. This…

2016 FORD FALCON XR8 SPRINT

FORD 2016 FALCON XR8 SPRINT SOLD The 2016 Ford Falcon XR8 Sprint was the last of the Aussie V8 Falcons. They were manufactured from October 2014 until the end of Ford production in Australia in October 2016. Particular to the 2016 model year, only 750 Falcon XR8 Sprints were produced. Each XR8 Sprint was fitted…